Chapter 6: Forensic Science, International Criminal Law and the Duties toward Persons Killed in War
6. Forensic science, international criminal law and the duties towards persons killed in war Éadaoin O’Brien* In recent decades, the forensic exhumation of mass graves and other deposition sites containing the bodies of victims of war crimes, and ...
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